The annual Coventry Peace Festival takes place in November to help the city celebrate Coventry's unique role as a City of Peace, Reconciliation & Equality, including the RISING 2016 Global Peace Forum
Final collections for brown-lidded bins will either be the week beginning Monday 14 November or Monday 21 November, depending on your collection schedule.
‘Fantastic Family Fun’ also known as ‘Triple F’ has been launched at Aldermans Green Primary School in a celebration event.
A plan to ensure that 350 apprentices get a foot on the career ladder has been outlined by Coventry City Council as part of its apprenticeship strategy for 2016-19.
The Council has decided to add LED signs to the A45 Broad Lane junction following an independent review.
Teacher CPD event at Coventry Transport Museum. Tuesday 15 November 4.00pm-5.30pm Open to all teachers and teaching assistants, particularly suitable for Key Stage 2 and 3.
Coventry, Councillor Lindsley Harvard, has written to the Mayor of Merthyr Tydfil
A campaign is underway to highlight the misery that loan sharks can bring to people who borrow money from them.
Coventry’s historic London Road Cemetery is set to be given a new lease of life following the appointment of a landscape design specialist to undertake design work to support its £1m refurbishment.
Coventry libraries will be celebrating Get Online Week next week (17-23 October) as part of the national Get Online campaign.
Changes from Phase One of the Connecting Communities programme are underway and one of the examples is changes to the library service in Willenhall.
Oddsocks Productions will perform a free pocket-sized version of Romeo and Juliet at Central Library later this month.
Warwick Castle are offering educational packages for Coventry schools.
Local fundraiser and campaigner, Lonnie Downes, is the latest person to be presented with a Good Citizen Award by the Lord Mayor.
The Council’s Horizon Team, which tackles and raises awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation, has been nominated for a prestigious award.
The Belgrade Theatre has teamed up with performer Christine ‘Sugary’ Staple to present Diversity Rocks on the Belgrade’s main stage this Saturday.
Coventry’s Lord Mayor, Cllr Lindsley Harvard, held a celebratory event last Wednesday to celebrate the achievements of Coventry Paralympians.
A Midlands manufacturer that has developed a cost-effective way of forming high strength aluminium has opened its doors to the world’s first Hot Form Quench™ (HFQ®) press at a new factory in Coventry.
The Pod is hosting a festival as part of their work to highlight World Mental Health Day on 10t October 2016.
Local Democracy Week returns to the city next week, and Coventry City Council will once again be hosting a week of events and activities to give young people an insight into local democracy.
Coventry City Council will be supporting Stoptober hosting an information stand throughout October at the Contact Information Centre in Broadgate.
Teacher CPD - Arts Award Discover & Explore Adviser Training at Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum Tuesday 29 November, 4.15pm-7.00pm
Charges for burials and cremations in Coventry are set to increase to help meet financial pressures and maintain cemeteries in the city.
Cllr Kevin Maton, Cabinet Member for Education, highlights his concerns about proposals to re-introduce grammar schools into the education system.
Build a Brick Wonder - LEGO workshops at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum.
The Carers Survey is a national survey commissioned by the Care Quality Commission and the Department of Health, which all Local Authorities in England with social care responsibilities must carry out
The owner of a city fast food restaurant has been fined £1,000 after magistrates heard of a number of food hygiene offences – including mouse droppings around the kitchen.
Coventry’s Central Library will be hosting a day of activities and treats on Friday 30 September to celebrate Older People’s Day 2016.
City Councillors have decided to honour footballing legend, Jimmy Hill, by renaming the A444 in his honour.